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1996-02-06 - (D&T) Live at Luther College 21 33.87%
1996-04-30 - LT 4 2 3.23%
1996-12-31 - LT 7 3 4.84%
1998-12-10 - Warehouse 5 v1 23 37.10%
2000-07-25 - The Best of What's Around vol. 1 12 19.35%
2000-08-27 - LT 3 7 11.29%
2005-09-09 - Weekend on the Rocks 5 8.06%
2006-07-08 - LT 6 1 1.61%
2007-03-02 - (D&T) Europe 07 3 4.84%
2007-03-23 - LT 9 2 3.23%
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Old 06-12-2018, 09:49 AM   #21
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I really like the Luther one because of the emphasis on the guitar work which I think is really nice on this song. Certainly an unpopular opinion, but not one of my favorite big 3 tunes. I definitely like it and will always welcome hearing it live but for whatever reason I'm not head over heels for it.
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Old 06-12-2018, 09:54 AM   #22
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I love the Crashing the Quarter version, but I have no idea what the date on it is. Anyone?
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Crashing date is 5.6.96.

My favorite is Live Trax 4. It's so raw.
Just watched this on YouTube. Damn what a time to see them live.
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Luther is my favorite. Flawless.
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Old 06-12-2018, 09:58 AM   #24
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Just watched this on YouTube. Damn what a time to see them live.

I immediately thought of this performance when I saw the thread. Awesome performance all around at that show.
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Sadly this can be said about many songs in the catalog
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Sadly this can be said about many songs in the catalog
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Voted LLC but WH1 is also excellent.
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I haven't heard it since 2011, and I've seen 20ish shows since then.
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Old 06-12-2018, 10:06 AM   #30
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I think since this thread was released, I would pick LT 24 or 23. They both have things about them that I like.

Edit: today I voted for LC
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Wow I've only seen it once lol and my first show to boot. Really thought I had seen it a couple other times but I was thinking of LLD. That's a bummer.
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Old 06-12-2018, 12:58 PM   #32
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I am generally not a fan of the song until 1995. There might be the odd 1994 version that is OK, but until the lyrics formed well enough to be at least slightly cohesive, the 1994 versions are interesting at best.

2.24.95 - it has to be mentioned not just because of John Popper, it's great in its own right. I'd love to hear a mixed version of this show as the sbd just doesn't sound right.

2.19.96 - my favorite Dave & Tim version

I think the 1996s are good. Some good improv, but still just another song in the setlist.

The 1997s are when the improvs got awesome. Some great lines throughout the tour, the Concord version has a good one about exchanging fluids, and I think the most complete lyrically is Riverbend, with some really cool lines: [Only registered users can see links.]

Then in 1998 it all came together and become a showpiece of concerts. The lyrics were there, Carter and Roi started playing off of each other through the entire intro. My favorite 1998 is probably 10.29:
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I think 1999 is Say Goodbye's best year. Just top notch versions almost every time it was played. My favorites here are 5.11.99:
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and my all-time favorite DMB performance of any song is 6.3.99 which I'm sure everyone here is aware. The lyrics are unique and perfect, Carter and Roi are locked in:
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It was good in 2000 as well. I do love the 7.9 version but put it behind 7.29 and my #2 version 8.5.00. Butch joins in the intro and it's almost a duet with he and Carter:
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After the tour break, it went away except for Hartford and was never really the same. The 2001 versions were short and uninspired. Roi didn't play flute on most of them. It was decent in 2002 with a really good version in St. Louis:
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2003 has the Alpine version with one good line, but the rest of that version is not great. Not played in 2004, and when it came back in 2005 Dave had the teleprompter. So most versions since have had very little improv and he doesn't play it frequently enough to comfortable and confident with the lyrics. So they really sound hesitant now and like he's reading them, because he is.

Note: please don't download those mp3s and burn them onto CD and send them in trades or B&Ps. ;-)
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I've always been partial to 7/5/00.
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2.24.95 - it has to be mentioned not just because of John Popper, it's great in its own right. I'd love to hear a mixed version of this show as the sbd just doesn't sound right.
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I am generally not a fan of the song until 1995. There might be the odd 1994 version that is OK, but until the lyrics formed well enough to be at least slightly cohesive, the 1994 versions are interesting at best.
Always been partial to 7.28.94..love that version
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Old 06-12-2018, 01:48 PM   #36
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and I think the most complete lyrically is Riverbend, with some really cool lines: [Only registered users can see links.]
"Well, hear me call
oh just tonight, under the stars there's so much more
well the moon I swear I heard in a whisper,
'Come on, just go, go ahead, why not kiss her?'"

"Oh hear me call
we've never done this, once the morning kills the dawn
and tomorrow you're back to your man
I'm back to my world and we're back to being friends"

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Also, I used to really dig the Dave solo 3/26/94 Irving Plaza in the encore. Gonna have to throw that on soon, been a long time.
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There's a pretty good recentish D/T version. Doesn't quite match up with the 90's ones, but for post 2005 it's a real winner.



07 is "recent" right?

Dave also says, "idear" instead of idea. he does that in IOY too.
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I love the Crashing the Quarter version, but I have no idea what the date on it is. Anyone?
This is my favorite as well.
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